[George Laub Diary]
. . . Lee. . . promised to send me and my wife with the first company after the prairies. I still trusted in his promise. . . . [contention between Laub and Lee described.] ... Again I did about one hundred and fifty dollars worth of work for him in Nauvoo doing joiner work on a house he never paid me more than about thirty-five. Now if this is a part of the law of adoption, I do not understand it in all points as I told him one day I told him I never could find any law that required more than the tenth of all a man possessed and if there was . . . .
[Source: George Laub Diary diary excerpts, http://amzn.to/newmormonstudies]